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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. all righty, everybody. what a day you're in for. today is not only boozeday tuesday, it's also frankie tuesday. it's also primary day here in new york city. >> that's "i love me" by megan traynor, we adore her. >> we sure do. we have a great show today. rebecca romijn is here. she has a reality show called "skin wars" and all day long there's somebody getting their body painted. it is crazy. people will reveal their live
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masterpieces and it's a surprise you won't want to miss but it's been something to behold. >> that's because we're leading up to earth day, of course, and lilliana will take us on a tour of one of the greatest greenest houses in america. almost completely self-sustaining. and it's pretty, wow. >> and if the kitchen isn't the place you want to spend your day, we have a hearty steak dinner you can whip up in less than 20 minutes. >> and we'll show you tricks in the bedroom -- not hoda's -- that are going to save you time. [ laughter ] >> what do you mean "save you time"? who doesn't want that? [ laughter ] by the way, i'm also going to point out -- >> to get to poughkeepsie, that's right, jerry. >> you have to stick around to the end of the show because we have an app that you're going to want on your phone after today and you're going to say "i saw it on the "today" show, it's amazing." >> really? maybe i'll finally get one. >> maybe you'll buy an app. well, everybody is talking
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about this, johnny depp and his wife amber herd issued a strange and awkward apology. >> if you saw it -- and i know you did -- you couldn't stop laughing. it was something that seemed so disingenuous and weird, right? >> they did it via video, obviously they were found guilty of something that -- we're going into the weeds. >> well, they were accused of taking their dogs into australia -- >> on their private jet. >> on their private plane without registering them. >> getting them the proper -- >> paperwork and all that stuff you had to do. so what they had to do -- because in australia they worried the dogs may spread disease. >> you're supposed to quarantine an animal any time you take it into a foreign country. >> so we know there was a possibility of fines or jail time, all kinds of crazy stuff but actually their penance came yesterday. they had to record a video of them -- >> taking pistol and boo into australia. >> yes, saying they basically were sorry. so we're going to watch this, because once you've seen the
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video once -- it's not meant to be comical. >> no, it's not. >> so don't laugh even if you want to. >> australia is a wonderful island with a treasure trove of unique plants, animals, and people. >> it has to be protected. >> australia is free of many pests and diseases that are commonplace around the world. that is why australia has to have such strong biosecurity law. and australians are just as unique, both warm and direct. when you disrespect australian law, they will tell you firmly. >> i am truly sorry that pistol and boo were not declared. protecting australia is important. >> declare everything when you enter australia. >> okay. so we're going to see if we can recreate this. >> first of all, you have to have the camera in the worst possible angle in the world. here, down here, look kath. >> oh, wait a minute! >> we are going to see some of hoda's stuff.
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>> okay, you're good. okay, ready? [ laughter ] australia's a wonderful island with a treasure trove of unique plants -- >> you're amber! you're supposed to be amber, you're doing johnny! >> i'm doing amber! you're doing johnny! go, your turn. >> it has to be protected. [ laughter ] >> australia is free of many pests and diseases that are commonplace around the world. that's why australia has to have such strong biosecurity laws. >> australians are unique, both warm and direct. when you disrespect australian law, they will tell you firmly. >> i'm truly sorry that pistol and boo -- [ laughter ] were not declared protecting australia's important. >> declare everything when you enter australia. thanks. >> bye.
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[ laughter ] >> that was so bad. >> you were speaking with johnny depp's voice. >> no, that's my voice! >> you were supposed to do it with amber's voice. >> what do you mean? oh, hi! australia -- that's my voice. >> i should have asked for a backup. >> rebecca, what did you think? >> i thought that was amazing! you guys really committed, you went for the worst angle possible and i really admire that. >> well, we're both actresses. >> we are, as you'll learn in your segment. >> you're a very brave woman, rebecca, we're looking forward to seeing that. now "the voice" is down to the last 12, right? >> this is big. you guys no curly sue? >> allison porter. >> allison porter. she performed last night demi lovato's song "stone cold" and knocked everybody out. take a look. ♪ i wish i could stand it
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♪ i'm happy for you, i am >> yeah! >> curly sue! ♪ happy, from happy for you >> standing o. >> you might be looking at the winner. you might be looking at the winner eventually. >> okay, that was amazing. >> good for her.
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>> we're going to find out if she made it to the next round with the answer -- yeah -- after this. okay, and we want to say good-bye to a good friend of our's, doris roberts passed away this week. she died sunday night in her sleep -- which is the way everybody would like to go if they had a choice. she was 90 years old. i had a great joy of being with my dear friend sam haskell on his 50th birthday, we all went to scotland for three days and went all over the place together so i had -- we had some laughs, doris and i, and all the gang. she was with us here just pack in march of 2014. but she's been a part of all of our lives for such a long time. she was just a joy. >> she was one of those people on "everybody loves raymond" the minute she popped up as the overbearing mom -- >> you knew you were going to laugh. >> this is one scene from her. shs whe this is where marie is give an fruit of the month club membership from her son and she
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don't likey. >> another box is coming next month. >> what? more pears? >> no, it's a different fruit every month. >> every month? >> yes! yes, that's why they call it fruit of the month club. >> it's a club? what am i going to do with all this fruit? >> most people like it, ma, you share it. share it with your friends. >> which friends? >> i don't know. lee and stan. >> lee and stan buy their own fruit. >> give it away. >> why did you do this to me? >> oh, my god! >> i can't have too much fruit in the house. [ laughter ] she earned four emmy awards for that and was nominated seven times. what a woman. the beckham family has more talent in the young kids. 11-year-old cruz who is the daughter -- >> son, i think. >> son of victoria and david. he has a great singing voice. this is an oldie but a goody. check it out. ♪ i got my ticket for the long way round ♪ two bottles of whiskey for the
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way ♪ and i sure would like some sweet company and ♪ i'm leaving tomorrow what do you say ♪ when i'm gone, when i'm gone ♪ you're gonna miss me when i'm gone ♪ you're gonna miss me by my hair ♪ you're gonna miss me everywhere ♪ you're gonna miss me when i'm gone. >> looks and talent. >> i just got something sent to me by my sister just the other day of my 14-year-old grand niece and she was just in a performance of "shrek." listen to this. >> okay. >> playing f ining kne ining fi. ♪ do i love him, last night i was uncertain ♪ but this morning, this morning, ♪ this morning >> that wasn't the part i wanted
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but it was darn good. okay. >> the klg genes are spreading around. >> i'm so happy for tyler and stein. >> how sweet is that? >> you know, if your kid has a talent, encourage it. that's what they love. it's what they're meant to do, don't you think? >> you're absolutely right. do you feel lucky, hoda? >> maybe. >> find out if today is your day when we give it away. and get ready to see a lot of skin. rebecca romijn reveals a body of art like no other. >> she should know. >> she should know. after this. ♪ >> she should know. after this. hey, you're going to do great. ♪ hi. ♪
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♪ ♪ you know rebecca romijn and model but you may not know she's a big fan of body paint. >> rebecca is the host of "skin wars," a body painting competition with 12 contestants facing elimination each week. >> and she brought along an artist and model -- ooh!
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>> have you seen this? >> no. >> you guys are about to get your minds blown. >> this guy was -- the monitors on the plaza were all on him and the audience was watching this guy being covered in paint. >> it's riveting. >> you can't take your eyes off it. >> no. they've been here since 5:00 in the morning. natalie fletcher, our season 1 winner is painting robbie, our model. natalie fletcher has painted me for our season 2 promo as a tiger. >> how does that feel to have that on you? >> um, it's remarkably -- you don't feel naked. you can see in the the body language of the models once they're painted. you feel completely covered up. you don't feel nude. >> you would feel vulnerable at the beginning of this. >> yes. and if we get eyeballs on our show because people think it's about nudity, that's fine. but it's not what the show is about. the artistry is beautiful. so gorgeous. and you know -- >> oh, it's that old it's art. [ laughter ] >> oh, please, rebecca! you think this is our first
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rodeo? >> if you like watching naked bodies, watch our show. we deal with standards and practices so everybody has pasties, but here's the weird thing. the women wear little thongs, men are not allowed to show their buns. >> oh, please! >> the men have tushes covered! >> that's weird. who's into this? >> shockingly we have a lot of families that watch it together. >> because it's art! yeah, we got. >> it my kids love coming down and seeing in the person and i have a lot of friends whose kids watch it together and are getting inspired by it and working on special effects makeup now and painting each other's faces. it's inspirational. it's amazing. >> were you children alive when you played the blue character mystique? >> no, they're seven and i was mystique before that. >> have they seen that movie? >> they've seen the first one.
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they weren't quite okay that i played a villain but they're on board now. now they think it's bad ass, they're seven and sassy. >> we have to see this. this person has been being painted all day long since 5:00 a.m. and i think it's time to check out the finished product. so robbie is the human canvas. all right, robbie, come on out and see us. >> strus your stuft your stuff, your buns. >> there he is! >> oh, my gosh! that's paint? that is not paint. >> that's paint. it's all paint. >> are you sure? >> even the sneakers, everything? >> wait, what's that? stop moving around so we can check you out. is that your real skin? >> no, i can see that's paint careful, hoda! that is crazy. >> there's something even nicer, right? i know there's some bumps in the road. >> let's see.
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>> we're not allowed to see your buns but let me check them out. oh, uh-uh. >> care for a drink? >> where's the wine? >> on his biceps. >> hey, you're not allowed to show america your buns. >> his buns are covered. >> they are? >> yeah, they are. >> oh! >> really? [ laughter ] i don't think so. >> turn around, let's look at the back. >> this is family friendly, everybody. >> look how they're not soming out. they're scared. >> where's your wine. where's your wine? your wine is right here. >> oh, well part of the cup. >> part of it. >> oh, whatever. by the way, it is unbelievable. >> you did a fantastic job. what happens when you have to go to the bathroom? >> i couldn't for five hours and i'm about to run out of here. >> go, please do not leave a mess.
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ah! >> you don't want paint on you? >> no, we wore the wrong color today. >> can we give a hat's off to the painter. >> yeah, that is dorable. awesome job, you worked on this all day. >> she did a great job. >> thank you, and you, too, robbie. thank you. >> thank you, rebecca. >> thank you kathie lee and hoda. >> you can't take your eyes off of him. >> isn't it amazing? >> "skin wars" premiering this wednesday on gsn. >> where you going? lilliana takes a tour on the greenest house in america. wouldn't you love to follow him in there with a camera? [ laughter ] you know what we're doing? we're going from this to how to fold a fitted sheet. >> i've never done it. i need to watch.
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fold a fitted sheet you roll it in a ball and shove it in the closet. >> well, these days are over because -- maybe not for you. but at home there's a trick to folding your sheets the right way as well as those difficult duvet covers. here to show us how it's done is "good houskeeping's" megan murphy. >> i've got to the ultimate "good houskeeping" hack. you want to fold hot out of the dryer. so we'll start with the sheet inside out so that it winds up right side out. so salute the corners and it's a bit of an arm workout, too, which doesn't hurt. so loop this, then i switch hands, then we fold -- like we follow the line of the elastic just like so. takes a little shushing. folding the bottom corners -- >> basically do the same thing on the other end. >> so you wind up with the same thing. >> okay, got. >> it now you loop again. >> you just keep looping!
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loop and shush. now we'll flatten it out so you can do this on your bed. you will get a "c" curve with the a elastic. if you're feeling neurotic you can flip it, flip it, flip it, one, two -- >> wow! >> that's a little sloppy but -- i'm rushing for television. but i brought sheets for you two ladies. >> oh, no, i won't be able to do it. >> you practice. >> here, here. only we only have one? >> well, i have a basket for each of you. so you inside it out. you want to be on the long side hands in the corners. >> is this the long side? >> there's two long sides. so hands in the corners. flip one over the other. look at that magic happening. switch hands. you're going to follow the line of the elastic. >> okay, got it. >> we're going to put this online so you can watch it again and again. i have to say it's one of those things once it clicks --
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>> i have it! i've got it! you did it, hoda. >> again you flatten it out. sort of like that. >> all right, we're going to the next. kathie lee will get it done. >> come on! come on, kath, we have to fill the duvet cover. >> so i sped up the process a little bit. you lay your duvet down -- >> we have to fix the duvet cover, type a. >> you can't miss this. so you let your duvet down, put your duvet cover on top inside out. bottom on the head board side. these little duvet doughnuts, couple bucks at -- >> oh, that's the secret! clips or pins work, too. so pop them on all four corners. >> then what? >> i'll somehow you, look, like this. >> do it. >> so then i'm going to take my shoes off for this. cleaning is a workout. >> yes, do it. >> so you'll inside out the whole thing. >> help her. >> reach in for the corner.
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=trx at ck= we're in for another sunny day and warm temperatures too staying above average. as we see those temperatures
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coming down from the 90s we had yesterday in some spots, san jose will be up to 82 today. palo alto, 83 degrees and 76 at at&t park. fairfield high of 87 and oakland, 78. in the tri valley, 86 degrees for pleasanton and cooler with more clouds in the forecast and some rain moves in by the end of the week. let's get an update on what's happening during this morning commute from mike. >> we had a really tough drive around the bay and specific spots. over here in san mateo, a crash on east 92 a couple of sticky spots as well. much better in both directions off the san mateo bridge. still a little slow and getting off the dunbarton bridge. in the south bay, 87 had a tough morning and a buddy asked me what was going on. i couldn't find anything. he didn't see anything either. the rest of the bay moves clear
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as the crash clears near sjc. >> join us at 11:00 for the next newscast. we'll see you then. it's boozeday tuesday. gorgeous spring day. the last thing you want to do is spend all your time in the kitchen cooking dinner. >> our "today" food team searched for ways to make it easy for you and they found the co-host of food network's "the kitchen" marcella. >> yes! >> that was not good. say it again. >> marcella via dolid. >> that's perfect. >> they asked for a recipe you could do in 20 minutes. this is super easy. so we're broiling sirloin stakes. see that beautiful marbleization, you'll get fat and flavor. >> the more the tastier, right? >> the more marbling the better. so we'll start off with the marinade we put on that staeak o
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i'll take my scallions. >> let hoda do that. >> you want to chop? >> no! she's had a couple of accidents. anyway, go ahead, marcella. >> i only like to use the white and pale green part of the onions so i'm going to chop it up, just kind of mince it. but your beautiful team has some that's already chopped. they're ready for me. and i like to add fresh basil. you can see it on the board, a little bit of fresh cilantro and garlic, of course and then you'll make a nice marinade. this is not only going to work for the steaks it will also work for the green onions so you add it to the green onions and toss those around. it's like a multipurpose situation. you're using everything. so i have the steak right here and what i'm going do is season this marinade, a little more
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kosher salt. i hate iodized salt. you can taste the chemicals. so we mix those up, more oil. >> got to have the oil. >> and then i'm going to take these beautiful steak wes talked about. beautiful marbleization, nice and thick. about an inch thick. >> okay. >> then we'll add the marinade top and bottom. and it's like just a really fresh marinade that will add a ton of flavor. we'll broil these and when you broil them you'll smell the basil and garlic and everything. so what's so great about this is you can make the salsa in the same pan at the same time you broil the steak. >> all together? >> all together. i flew in from san diego to show you how to make simple salsa. so you take those tomatoes and put it all on the same pan. you take the jalepeno. just grab them. a little bit off oregano, then
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green onions, salt, that looks beautiful. >> the pepper. >> this is nowhere near 20 minutes. >> if you're a quick chopper. >> sous chef stuff. >> then pop this in the oven for about 10 minutes. >> so that's half the time allotted. okay. >> so we have steaks right here. >> she knows what she's doing. >> we have these beautiful steaks, this can hand it will heat right here. now it's nice and broiled you have to take the salsa off and flip it so you cook the meat on the other side. make sure you broil both sides, you get that nice caramelization on the top. >> >> did everybody understand that? the recipe is on >> this is it? >> this is it. you've basically got the meat,
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all day and all night. . . . . . earth day is this friday and green living has come a long way in recent years. to prove it, we sent our contributor lynn iilliana vazqu tour one of the coolist houses
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ever build. this is a 6700 square foot home in san francisco that is almost entirely self-sustaining. >> i visited the home of paul holland and linda yates and gotten a up close look at what it would be like to live completely green. i have to say, it's not too shabby. >> wow. >> when i picture living green, i think a tent at the base of a mountain. but i definitely don't think of this. hi! >> welcome to the greenest home in america. glad to see you guys today. come on in. >> this is spectacular. thank you. so we have four main materials in the house -- wood, metal, glass and stone. >> that's it. >> this house is 100% powered bypassive power. what this allows us to do is power all of our house, all of our cars, all the usage of the property all in one place and, in fact, we create so much energy we actually sell it back to the utility company.
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>> yes, it's great that you generate your own energy, but is it more expensive initially to install these solar panels versus just paying for regular electricity? >> it's zero dollars down. you order it like you order your cable tv or any other utility, it gets installed and you pay for it over time. >> i had this concept that solar panels would make my house look kind of ugly. your house looks gorgeous. >> one of the things that was important to us, we wanted a greener pool. there's no chlorine associated with the pool. >> salt water? >> it's not. the waltter from the pool comes from the cistern, the rainwater. >> the first thing i noticed is how clean it is. there's no wires but i also notice there's no television. how do you watch kathie lee and hoda? >> it's a surprise. the television is in the floor and it pivots around so that it's accessible. >> that's amazing. >> one of the things that we wanted to do is be able to have organic food. we have a lot of garlic in here now, onions, strawberries --
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>> wait, show me the strawberries. >> right here. right off the vine. it will be a little bit warm, but that's what happens when you pick them in full sun. >> that tastes amazing. you don't want to leave me out here with these strawberries for too long. we may not have any when we come back in. >> we're in what we call the fairy houses. we wanted a sense of playfulness and livability. these are just built into the ground made of sticks and as you can see, they're alive. they begin to sproud sot some oe willow. this is the local willow made into these. >> this is the coolest backyard ever. now i've seen some impressive pieces on this property but this shower has to be one of my favorites. >> everybody wants to spend all their time in the shower when we take the tour. what we wanted to do was demonstrate that you can have incredible beauty using recycled or reclaimed materials. all of the stone you see in this building comes out of what they call a bone pile. bone pile means it wasn't good enough for anybody else's job.
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>> so the stones in here somebody decided weren't good enough for their project and they threw them away? >> exactly. >> and you took them and made it into this? >> right. >> the two of you are taking green living to a whole new level. this is beautiful. who knew green living could be so fun? i'm out tahir. >> that's amazing. how many years did it take for them to build? >> two years of research and planning and three years to build the house. what i took away from them is that living green is fun. they have these fun modern day conveniences in the home. they have dishwashers and all the normal electricity, they have internet, they're not giving anything or sacrificing anything. if anything they're adding to the environment by having such a green home. >> weren't those -- the play houses for the kids that looked like something out of "lord of the rings." >> it's so cool. my biggest takeaway from this is that you can make little changes in your life to live green. he talked about lightbulbs. for me, l.e.d. lightbulbs, i change mid-bathroom light, i
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haven't changed one one time. someone told me they would last for ten years. before i was change mig lightbulb almost everything single month. >> lilliana, thank you. >> and thank you for that lovely couple to visit their home. how your mattress could tell you if your partner is cheating. >> the ladies of the skim deliver the news you need to know. >> we likey them. >> next. >> after this. thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast
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three years ago, they quit their day jobs to start a daily e-mail service called the skim. today they have three and a half million subscribers. >> and we were there in the beginning. >> yes, we were. >> so now they are looking to the future and they're here to fill us in on their latest venture here are the co-founders of, danielle and carly. >> hi, guys. >> we're so proud of you. you're like our little sisters who done good. >> can you believe what's happened? >> you helped us. >> you owe us. >> we do.
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>> thank you guys so much. we were working here, we launched it from our couch. >> a lot of people get the skim into their mailbox everyday and you get to see it and you guys are launching something brand new today. >> we launched something brand new called skim ahead. so a lot of people read the e-mail every morning. tells you everything you need to know that happened yesterday and today. skim tells you about the future. netflix shows coming back, the next debate. it can integrate directly into your calendar so go to the app store and download it from the skim. >> click clack, as we say. >> hoda will do it for me. >> is there any news we need to know? >> that's today. news to know. that's the news we need. >> so now if you look on your phone and go, oh, what happened, today is primary. that will be in there? >> it will. >> with a skimm emoji. >> it's primary day. if you don't live in new york, you should go vote. >> i do, but i haven't yet, i will.
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>> she will. >> she just got her taxes done. >> the primary actually matters today, unlike the past years and years and years, new york matters. >> it was settled before. >> so you have to go out there and you have to vote because it can make a difference. because three of the five candidates say they're from new york. >> you're right. >> there are more primaries in 12 other states plus d.c. until the convention and really i think each one is going to count. >> it's getting down -- california might be it. >> i tell you what's great about these two, they're newsies. you come from a news background, it's not like, oh, let's do this. they were researchers, they worked all night. >> they earned it and they didn't coordinate their outfits today. we have been teasing this all day, knowing your spouse is cheating. >> this is my favorite thing in the world. it's called smartress. it's a smart mattress that can tell you through an app if your mattress has impact, how long
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that impact lasts, the duration of the impact. >> impacts per minute. so they're taking a cheating angle but that could be like -- >> basically it will tell you if your mattress is cheating on you. >> but how long it will last. >> i can't believe there's an app for that. >> there's an app for. >> for everything. >> that there's an app for everything. >> all right, let's move down because amy schumer has a big gig coming up. >> thursday, date with comedy central "inside amy schumer" comes back for the fourth season. >> are you fans? >> yes, of course. >> you just want to be friends with her. she's like your much funnier friend. >> and she skimms. so we love her. >> when famous people skimm, do you freak? >> yeah. yeah. >> it's online. i have that one. we're moving on down. passover. >> so skimm will tell you when things are coming up that people around here are caring about. so whether or not you're jewish and observing passover, there's
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a holiday coming up and you should be able to say happy passover. >> people are afraid they're not supposed to say happy passover. >> you say happy passover, it's the one with the matzo and the wine. >> matzo and wine. >> lastly, look what else is coming up. the nfl draft. >> april 28th. >> nfl draft going down in any hometown of chicago. i am very excited. hoda, who dat? >> your neighbors are going to be green with envy if you win. >> do we want to say good-bye. >> i'm saying you might want to stick around and do spanky tuesday with us. >> i don't know if you'll want that. >> you're invited. >> we have lilliana and donna dorable. >> it's a group spanky tuesday. >> love it. we never say no. >> then here we go!
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it'ourselves as men! awesome tv sho
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now are you watchathon! big is bacn week now unteatest collectn before we get our spanky on, time to turn five lucky viewers into winners when we give it away. hoda, what is this week's prize? >> a craftsman spring lawn and
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garden prize package from sears worth $329. >> you'll get a craftsman 24 volt 10-inch chain saw, hard surface sweeper and a 22-inch hammer trimmer to help get your lawn in shape. they're battery run plus they provide the convenience of cordless power without sacrificing performance. >> all right, let's find out who won. >> okay. you ready? you get the first one. >> it is rita suserini from abington, massachusetts. >> congratulations, rita. i have steven poirier from ledgewood, new jersey. >> terrific, i've got carl dodson from buffalo, new york. >> hold on. >> hoda, we need spanky time. hurry up. >> i heard a rumor. judith kelleher -- inside joke. not on that person.
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where are they from? is it san francisco? anyway, i've got mary sattler from gainesville, florida. where is she from? oh, good, abington -- i don't know, massachusetts, i think. we've got it here. that's five, isn't it? no, one more. no, we have five, we have five. >> all right. >> oh, god. >> congratulations all of you. make sure to enter again for next week's prize. for complete rules go to get going, ladies. >> all right, prank. tomorrow -- we can't hear it. >> wait, where's our conga line? >> alice cooper stops by tomorrow. >> alice cooper? >> he'll tell us a bedtime story and jill martin celebrates a new decade worth of secrets. get into it, ladies. >> is it a south bay family is looking
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for justice after a loved one is nbc bay area news starts now. >> right now at 11:00 south bay family looking for justice after a loved one is shot dead early this morning. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm scott mcgrew. >> i'm kris sanchez. family members say the victim was the father of a 6-year-old, and they have shocked about his death. found dead after he was shot early. >> san point drive, not too far from the east ridge mall. nbc bay area's bob redell covering the story all morning live at the scene. >> reporter: good morning. since sun-up, people who knew and loved this young father have been leaving flowers at site of e


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